No Yesterday's Future is coming along brilliantly. You're going to love it.
In the meantime, enjoy
featuring new visual, textual, and aural art by Brent Michael Davids, Maree Scarlett, Daryn Houston, Lenard D. Moore, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Stephen Graham Jones, Laura Jensen, Changming Yuan, Norm Breyfogle, Makalani Bandele, Hayley Addis, et al!
The Future Is Now (FEM vol 1)
"i have heard rumblings of the star-fucking kind—"
~ Jan Beatty
Fantasy (FEM vol 2)
"Please. I don’t want to imagine."
~ Caroline Thompson
Food (FEM vol 3)
"There's steak on the wind."
~ Ben Rawluk
Celebrations & Holidays (FEM vol 4)
"'Patterson, why do you keep torturing yourself like this?'
'You know why. I was at the party.'"
~ Daniel Parks
Future Earth Magazine is a free absolutely-no-profit-in-it full color lit and arts magazine, which was founded by Travis Hedge Coke, Daniel Rappaport, and Rose Hugh, and originally published through arrangement with North Hamilton Press. FEM has always prided itself in accepting the widest range of entertainment mediums and genres one can bring together in PDF form. Poetry, painting, fiction, memoir, lineart, screenplays and stageplays, photography and photo documentation of sculptures, jewelry, costuming, weaving, happenings, and anything else that happens to attract us, is welcome in the pages of Future Earth Magazine.
Contributors include newcomers and established geniuses, such as Arthur Sze, Caroline Thompson, Anne Waldman, Vera Tataro, Allison Hedge Coke, Marilyn Nelson, Juan Felipe Herrera, Lyn Lifshin, Heather Riccio, Tara Betts, Kimberly L. Becker, Maarika Martins, Ben Rawluk, and Katy Darby.